Q: If you know the decimal for one tenth how can you find the decimal for two thirds?

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66 2/3 and 66.666666666 (I don't know how to do 6 repeating on the computer)

one tenth is 1 over ten. you know, the fraction, or when you cut a cake into ten pieces and you take one that means you took one tenth of the cake. 1/10 = 0.1 as a decimal In the metric system one tenth of a unit is denoted by the deci- prefix and written with a small g. For example a decigram (1 dg) is one tenth of a gram (0.1 g).

The decimal for 5/7 is .7142857142857143 You find the answer by dividing 5 by 7, if you didn't already know.

try and find out the decimal by yourself and you will get the anwser Good Luck Guys, hope i helped:)

You multiply the diameter by Pi, that is 3.14159 (to the nearest 5th decimal). circumf. = dia. x Pi.

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we know that 2 is two thirds of 3. you can multiply 3 by .666 to find 2 and you can divide 2 by .666 to find 3

66 2/3 and 66.666666666 (I don't know how to do 6 repeating on the computer)

I'm don't know I'm using this app to find app its a really great app cause right know we have to do online work and I need to find the answer out so 7 hundredths 5 tenths 30 hundredths idk the answer of 42 hundredths

Two thirds is equivalent to about 0.67 in decimal form. To figure out how many tenths this represents, you can multiply 0.67 by 10, which equals 6.7 tenths approximately.

4.51

The decimal for 5/7 is .7142857142857143 You find the answer by dividing 5 by 7, if you didn't already know.

one tenth is 1 over ten. you know, the fraction, or when you cut a cake into ten pieces and you take one that means you took one tenth of the cake. 1/10 = 0.1 as a decimal In the metric system one tenth of a unit is denoted by the deci- prefix and written with a small g. For example a decigram (1 dg) is one tenth of a gram (0.1 g).

well you can find out by divideing each fraction out into a decimal. so 7/8 = .875 and 2/3 = .6667 (its actually .6 repeating) and because 8 is biger than 6 7/8 is bigger.

You know you can google 3÷2/3 and find an answer. If you can't find the divide key, copy and past mine.

try and find out the decimal by yourself and you will get the anwser Good Luck Guys, hope i helped:)

If you know 5 divided by 8 = .625 then you know that the decimal of 4 5/8 is 4.625.

the answer to how many thirds are in one is well i don't know but I'm pretty sure its 4.